I don't want to prove anything; I merely want to live, to do no one harm but myself. I have the right to do that, haven't I?
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But every acquisition that is disproportionate to the labor spent on it is dishonest.
Friends we shall never be, you know that yourself. Whether we shall be the happiest or the wretchedest of people--that's in your hands.
I'm like a starving man who has been given food. Maybe he's cold, and his clothes are torn, and he's ashamed, but he's not unhappy.
And all people live, Not by reason of any care they have for themselves, But by the love for them that is in other people.
How often we sin, how much we deceive, and all for what?... All will end in death, all!
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